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of john foster dulles. it stands in the middle of the airport. i went to see it and i could not find it. i asked the security guards. nobody had even heard of it. andas a long process, finally i was able to discover the bust had been taken away from its place in the middle of the airport and it is now in a closed conference room opposite adage claim number 3 -- baggage claim number three. i find this a wonderful metaphor for how the dulles brothers, who at one time exercised earth shattering power and were able governments,reak have now been effectively forgotten and airbrushed out of our history. >> with john foster head of state and alan at the cia, the dulles brothers ran over and covert operations for a good portion of the cold war. find out how the ramifications can still be felt 60 years later with stephen kinzer on q&a. senator levin -- >> sander levin serves as the chair of the armed services committee. he spoke earlier today for about an hour. >> welcome to the council on foreign relations. it is a high honor to be here with carl levin. actually, no introduction is necessary. the
dulles there. he pulls back the curtain. behind the curtain is this giant bust of john foster dulles. that bust stands in the middle of this big airport. i went to see it while i was writing this book. i couldn't find it. i started asking the security guards, where is the bust of dulles? nobody had ever even heard of it. it was a long process. finally, thanks to the washington airport authority, i was able to discover that the bus had been taken away from its place in the middle of the airport, and it is now in a closed conference room opposite baggage claim number three. i find this a wonderful metaphor for how the dulles brothers who, at one time, exercised earth shattering power, and were able to make and break governments, have now been effectively forgotten and airbrushed out of our history. and allen atfoster cia, the dulles brothers led both overt and covert operations for a good portion of the cold war. find out why the ramifications can still be felt some 60 years later with stephen kinzer sunday night at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a." >> at the u.s. institute of peace, iraq he pri
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